Yes, I think so. Have a look at
Originally Posted by AgX
http://home.snafu.de/jens.osbahr/pho...r_reversal.pdf chapter 7 "Rollei Slide Direct" and Table 1 "Rollei Slide Direct, exposure in bright sunlight".
Please also note the two links given there to related information from Rollei/Maco. I have had a chat with a person from Monochrom.com in Berlin, and this guy has told the same story about RSD speed from his own practical experience.
Maybe Rollei/Maco expresses film speed in such a complicated way because many exposure meters cannot be set to speeds lower than 6 ASA and users would be confused how to set their equipment to 0.2 ASA.
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Originally Posted by coigach
Agfa Scala is a reversal film designed to produce black and white transparncies. If you want transparencies, you will have to reversal process the film. Agfa kept the processing it used for Scala proprietary, so some experimentation will be required unless someone out there has experience with this. The chemicals and process used to reversal process Kodak TMax 100 may be a good starting point. You might also look at motion picture reversal processing chemicals and procedures.
A long time ago, I used some reversal motion picture film as still camera negative film. This was some old duPont stuff I picked up. It worked, but it tended toward high contrast and blocked highlights. Still, with care, you should be able to use Scala as a negative film. The other contributors have given some reasonable starting points.
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